Monday, November 14, 2005

Theatrical Endings

I have a wonderful new theory of evolution to share with you all, but not today. It is too complex to get my notes together into a blog post this morning. So instead, I will regale you with tales of dragons, and knights in shining armor.

Once upon a time there was a fair Knight by the name of Sir Gladhad. He was a very good Knight, insofar as he killed all the local dragons and saved all the local princesses. But he was not so good a Knight that he wasn't above shtooping the princesses that he saved. Not that they minded, those ice-princesses. They melted in his hands. And nine months later, he had a son. Or a daughter. And they were all bastard princes and princesses - true royals left abandoned in the woods by the Kings and Queens who were embarrassed by them. So he gathered these princes and princesses over the years and formed a traveling theater company, The Royal Theatre Company, Etc..., that was well known throughout the known world. A very good time was had by all, especially when they traveled to London for a show in March of 1433.

For more information about good Knights and Dragons, please visit your local library.

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